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Register - City of Savage
DISCOVER
Register
Now!
WINTER 2015 - 2016
Savage
Inside this issue....
City Contacts
Creating Community......................................................... 1
Parks and Recreation
Youth Programs............................................................ 2-3
Savage Library................................................................... 3
Savage Sports Center................................................... 4-5
NEW! Play Pass........................................................................................... 4
Snow and Ice Removal Reminders................................... 5
Adult Athletics................................................................... 8
McColl Pond ELC............................................................... 9
Winter Amenities....................................................... 10-11
Activity Form................................................................... 12
How to Register/Registration Procedures..................... 13
Savage City Hall
Parks and Recreation Division
6000 McColl Drive, Savage, MN 55378
Direct | 952-224-3420
Fax | 952-882-2656
Office Hours | Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Parks and Recreation Staff
Parks and Recreation Manager..................................Beth Witt
Parks and Natural Resources Superintendent..........Jon Allen
Recreation Supervisor................................................. Chris Dill
Recreation Coordinator......................................Gina Robinette
Recreation Administration................................ Robbie Bunnell
Parks Administration...............................................Jo Schmitt
City Phone Numbers
Thank you
to our sponsors
2015
Cole’s Salon and Spa
Real Living 1st MSP Reality - Jerry Young
Recreation...........................................................952-224-3420
Recreation Weather Line....................................952-882-2688
Savage Sports Center.........................................952-567-2095
Savage Public Library........................................952-707-1770
City Hall...............................................................952-882-2660
Police..................................................................952-882-2600
Fire Chief.............................................................952-882-2689
Public Works.......................................................952-224-3400
Engineering.........................................................952-224-3400
Utility Services....................................................952-224-3400
Utility Billing........................................................952-882-2681
Planning..............................................................952-882-2660
Building Inspections...........................................952-882-2650
TTD......................................................................952-882-2660
RPM Drymate Products Inc.
Soo Line Credit Union
Youth Athletic Associations
St. John the Baptist Church & School
Burnsville Athletic Club (B.A.C.)
952-895-4425 • bacsports.org
St. Francis Regional Medical Center
Burnsville Community Education
952-707-4110 • communityed191.org
Prior Lake-Savage Community Education
952-440-2930 • priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us
Get discovered through Savage Parks and Recreation.
Learn more about sponsorship opportunities at cityofsavage.com
or by calling 952-224-3423.
8646 Eagle Creek Circle, Ste. 203
Savage, MN 55378
952-583-1055
southbridgecounseling.com
Prior Lake Athletics for Youth (P.L.A.Y.)
952-440-2930 • playinfo.org
Prior Lake Soccer Club
priorlakesoccer.org
Prior Lake-Savage Hockey Association
plsha.com
Prior Lake Youth Wrestling
612-747-6900
creating Community
Secret Holiday Shop | December 12
Winter is here and it is time for some holiday cheer!
The Savage Parks and Recreation’s annual Secret Holiday
Shop is just around the corner where kids can shop for their
family and friends without parents to see. A variety of gifts
will be available for choosing.
Winter Days
January 10 & 24, February 7 & 21, March 6
Outdoor winter activities will be available at the McColl Pond
Environmental Learning and Event Center every other Sunday.
Join us for free family fun and treats before the snow melts!
Activites include:
Gifts will be wrapped and labeled at the end of the
shopping experience. Don’t miss this opportunity to do
holiday shopping in a festive and safe environment.
• Snowshoeing
NEW! - Santa will be making an appearance at the Secret
Holiday Shop for a photo opportunity! Photos will be available
for purchase on-site directly from the photographer.
• S’mores and hot chocolate
• Ice skating on McColl Pond (skates not provided)
• Campfire
All ages
Harriet Bishop Elementary School
9 - 11 a.m.
14400 O’Connell Rd., Savage
50¢ per ticket
Parents purchase tickets and create a shopping list with their
child upon arrival. Gifts range in price from 50 cents to $11.
Children will be assisted by volunteers while parents
wait in the waiting room.
Flashlight Egg Scramble | March 18
FREE
event!
Save
the
Date!
Save the date for the annual Flashlight Egg
Scramble at our new location! Bring your flashlight
and basket to scoop up as many eggs and prizes as you can
as you scramble across the field at the Savage Sports Center.
Games and activities, an inflatable, and a photo opportunity
with the Easter bunny will be available prior to the Egg Scramble.
The Scramble will begin at 8 p.m.
with two fields divided by age
groups. Registration begins
February 2016!
All ages
McColl Pond ELC
FREE
13550 Dakota Ave., Savage
1 - 4 p.m.
Little Sweetheart Daddy-Daughter Dance
February 19
Join us for a magical evening of making memories at our
annual Daddy-Daughter Dance. Girls-along with their dad,
uncle, grandfather, or other male role model-will enjoy a
teddy bear-themed event filled with dancing, music, fun
activites, crafts and more. Upon arrival, you will receive an
activity passport to fill with stamps as you experience the
teddy bear adventure. Fee includes a professionally printed
photo. This event fills quickly!
Activity # 186480-1A
$39 (child registration)
Activity # 186480-1B
$15 (each additional child)
Activity # 186480-03
Free (adult registration)
Ages 3 - 12
Registration Deadline: January 29
Check-in: 5:15 p.m
Eagan Community Center
Dance: 5:30 - 8 p.m.
1501 Central Parkway,
Eagan, MN 55122
Creating Community | cityofsavage.com
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Youth Programs
Mini-Sport Camp
Thursdays, January 7 - 28
Tuesdays, February 16 - March 8
An Introductory program designed for children ages
3-5 years old. Sports Unlimited’s Mini-Sport Camp helps
children explore baseball, soccer, lacrosse and flag football
in a fun and non-competitive setting. No pressure, just
lots of fun while young children participate in all three
activites every day though unique games. Our Mini-Sport
staff are trained to meet the special needs of young
children. The coaches are committed to helping the young
athletes start off on the right foot as they take their first
steps into sports.
What to have at camp:
• Shin guards (recommended)
• Two snacks
• Water bottle
• Baseball mitt
• Tennis shoes or soccer shoes (no metal spikes)
It’s time for the kids to have a night out! Parents, drop your kids off
to enjoy a movie, snacks and beverages, and games and activities
at the McColl Pond Environmental Learning and Event Center.
During each month of winter, we will feature a different movie and
fun-themed activities to be enjoyed with friends.
How the Grinch Stole Christmas | December 19
Activity # 118140-01
Registration Deadline: December 17
Grades K - 6
McColl Pond ELC
$15 per person
13550 Dakota Ave., Savage
Drop off: 6 - 6:45 p.m.
Pick-up: 9 - 9:30 p.m.
Movie start: 7 p.m.
Movie end: 9 p.m.
Big Hero 6 | January 23
Activity # 118140-02
Registration Deadline: January 21
SESSION 1
Thursdays, January 7 - 28
Grades K - 6
Savage Sports Center
Activity # 102290-01
Registration Deadline: January 3
$15 per person
13450 Dakota Ave., Savage
Ages 3 - 5
Savage Sports Center
Drop off: 6 - 6:45 p.m.
Pick-up: 9 - 9:30 p.m.
$55 per person
13450 Dakota Ave., Savage
Movie start: 7 p.m.
Movie end: 9 p.m.
9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Monsters Inc. | February 13
SESSION 2
Tuesdays, February 16 - March 8
Activity # 118140-03
Registration Deadline: February 11
Activity # 102290-02
Registration Deadline: February 11
Grades K - 6
McColl Pond ELC
Ages 3 - 5
Savage Sports Center
$15 per person
13550 Dakota Ave., Savage
$55 per person
13450 Dakota Ave., Savage
Drop off: 6 - 6:45 p.m.
Pick-up: 9 - 9:30 p.m.
Movie start: 7 p.m.
Movie end: 9 p.m.
9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
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Kids Night Out Series - NEW!
Youth Programs | cityofsavage.com
Let’s Play! Music Together® | January 18 - March 9
Research shows that all children can learn to sing in tune, keep a
beat and participate in making music with confidence. You can
nurture the musical growth of your child regardless of your own
musical ability by participating in “Let’s Play! Music Together®”
classes. Music Together classes create a playful atmosphere
in which both children and adults can find the music maker in
themselves.
Let’s Play! Music Together® includes an 8-week session of
45-minute classes, CDs and digital download, songbook, and
suggestions for musical activities at home. For more information
on Let’s Play! Music Together®, visit LPmusictogether.com.
When registering, please indicate your second choice of a class
time in case of class cancellations or the need to combine classes.
13090 Alabama Ave., Savage, MN 55378
952-707-1770 • scottlib.org
Hours
Monday - Thursday....................... 10 am - 8 pm
Friday................................................ 10 am - 5 pm
Saturday.......................................... 10 am - 4 pm
Sunday...................................................... 1 - 5 pm
$135 per child
$75 for a second child registered with the first
Children’s Programs - FREE!
Pajama Storytime
Preschool Literacy Classes
Wednesdays, January 20 - March 9
Activity # 102941-01
Registration Deadline: January 14
Ages birth to 5 with an adult.
McColl Pond ELC
10:30 - 11:15 a.m.
13550 Dakota Ave., Savage
Toddler Literacy Classes
Baby Literacy Classes - NEW!
Disco Dance-o-Rama - NEW!
Visit scottlib.org for dates, times and location.
Wednesdays, January 20 - March 9
Activity # 102941-02
Registration Deadline: January 14
Ages birth to 5 with an adult.
McColl Pond ELC
5:45 - 6:30 p.m.
13550 Dakota Ave., Savage
Adult Programs
Computer Help
Savage Pagers Book Club
Small Business Counseling
Learn to Use the Internet
Visit scottlib.org for dates, times and location.
FREE TRIAL CLASSES
November 18 | FREE!
December 9 | FREE!
Activity # 102941-D1
Activity # 102941-D2
Registration Deadline: Nov. 16
Registration Deadline: Dec. 7
Ages birth to 5 with an adult.
Ages birth to 5 with an adult.
10:30 - 11:15 a.m.
5:45 - 6:30 p.m.
McColl Pond ELC
McColl Pond ELC
13550 Dakota Ave., Savage
13550 Dakota Ave., Savage
Savage Senior Club - FREE!
Tuesdays | 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Thursdays | 1 - 4 p.m.
Savage Library Annex
13090 Alabama Ave.
Let’s Play! Music Together® is licensed by
Music Together, LLC, musictogether.com.
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Savage Sports Center
Walking/Jogging Club - NEW!
If you are up for a challenge, join the Savage Walking Club
for exercise, motivation, goal-setting and companionship.
Your goal will be to walk 2,778 miles - the equivalent of a cross
country trip from Los Angeles to New York. You will have the
benefit of not leaving the Savage Sports Center and staff will
track your progress on a weekly basis. Attempt this journey
based on the Open Walking/Jogging schedule below.
Each participant will receive a free t-shirt.
Activity #: 143890-01
Registration deadline: February 1
All ages
Savage Sports Center
$25 per person
13450 Dakota Ave., Savage
New this season!
[ Play Pass ]
Convenient pre-paid Play Passes are now available
for use at the Savage Sports Center.
Walk/jog at your convenience
Learn more today at savagesportscenter.com.
Open Walking/Jogging
FREE
event!
The Savage Sports Center offers a state-of-the-art
artificial grass field which is ideal for winter excercise.
Walk or jog indoors for free with family and friends. Strollers are
welcome. No food or drinks are allowed on turf.
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FREE
Savage Sports Center
November - April
13450 Dakota Ave., Savage
Monday, Wednesday,
Friday
6:30 - 9:30 a.m.
Tuesday, Thursday
12 - 3 p.m.
Savage Sports Center | cityofsavage.com
Senior Open Play - NEW!
Join your friends and neighbors in this great opportunity to
play some yard games during the cold winter months inside
the Savage Sports Center. Bocce, ladder golf and bean bag
toss equipment will be supplied. Join at your own convenience.
Coffee or hot chocolate will be available in the lobby.
No food or drinks are allowed on turf.
Ages 50 and older
Savage Sports Center
$3 per person
13450 Dakota Ave., Savage
7629 Egan Drive
Savage, MN 55378
November - April
Monday and Wednesday
952-440-5100
childrensdentalc.com
9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Tot Turf Time - NEW!
From November through April, kids ages 5 and under are
welcome to drop by the Savage Sports Center for some
playtime. Tots can play on an inflatable, throw balls, hit with
bats, and more. All equipment is provided. Not only is this a
great way to burn off excess winter tot energy, but it offers
age-appropriate, large motor skill practice. All toddlers
must be accompanied by an adult. No food or drinks are
allowed on turf.
Ages 5 and under
Savage Sports Center
$3 per toddler
13450 Dakota Ave., Savage
Tuesdays & Thursdays
9 - 11:30 a.m.
Open Play
Grab your friends and come to Open Play at the Savage
Sports Center! Participants can hit golf balls and play soccer,
baseball, football, ultimate frisbee, bocce ball, lacrosse
and more. An open play schedule can be found at
cityofsavage.com/sports-center. Participants under the
age of 12 must have an adult present with them. No food
or drinks are allowed on turf.
Ages 6 and older
Savage Sports Center
$5 per person
13450 Dakota Ave., Savage
Mondays
3 - 5 p.m.
Tuesdays - Fridays
3 - 6 p.m.
Schedules are subject to change.
Reserve the Savage Sports Center
The Savage Sports Center offers a climate-controlled space for
staying active indoors November through April. The Sports
Center may be rented for athletic practices and events, birthday
parties, or other appropriate private uses.
Snow and Ice
Removal Reminders!
As winter is quickly approaching, the City of Savage
would like to remind you of some snow and ice
removal guidelines:
1. M
ake sure your mailbox is secured to withstand snow
being pushed against it by the plows.
2. P
lease keep all fire hydrants open and accessible in
case of emergencies.
3 To provide safe walking routes to schools, cleared
sidewalks are essential. Property owners that have
front and/or side sidewalk(s) are required to clear
snow and ice from the walks within 24 hours of a
snow fall (City Code Sections 95.03A and 97.02).
4. Y
ou must keep the snow from private driveways and
sidewalks off of the streets; it is unlawful to deposit
snow from private property onto public streets, alleys,
or sidewalks. (City Code Section 95.03T)
5. S
torage and placement of containers. Refuse and/or
recyclables containers shall be so located as to
be out of the public view except on collection day.
The container may be placed at the front property
line for collection, but shall not be so placed before
4 p.m. the night before collection it shall be removed
by 8 p.m. the day of the collection. (City Code Section
50.03 (C) 4)
6. R
esidents should keep in mind that, if your street has
not been cleared from curb to curb, the plow will be
back through that street to finish plowing.
7. F
or further information on the City’s Snowplowing,
Snow Removal and Ice Control Policy, please visit
cityofsavage.com.
For taxable individuals and organizations, turf space can
be reserved online at cityofsavage.com/sports-center.
Tax-exempt organizations can submit a rental request online
or via fax. Exempt organizations must provide all appropriate
documentation prior to reservations being confirmed and must
be pre-approved to qualify for monthly invoicing.
To check availability and view facility rental fees, visit our
website at cityofsavage.com/sports-center.
Savage Sports Center | cityofsavage.com
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We know
how you feel...
Days spent indoors with an energized toddler
can be exhausting.
Join us at the Savage Sports Center for Tot Turf Time! During
the months of November through April, every Tuesday and
Thursday, from 9 to 11:30 a.m., your toddler can play on an
inflatable, hit and throw balls, and more for only $3. We’ll provide
all of the equipment. Not only is this a great way to burn off
excess winter tot energy, but it offers age-appropriate, large
motor skill practice.
Learn more about what Savage Parks and Recreation has to offer this
winter season for your energetic kids at cityofsavage.com/recreation.
Savage Sports Center
13450 Dakota Ave., Savage, MN 55378
savagesportscenter.com • 952-567-2095
Flashlight
Egg Scramble
Save the date for our annual Flashlight Egg
Scramble at our new location! Bring your
flashlight and basket to scoop up as many
eggs and prizes as you can, as you scramble
across the field at the Savage Sports Center.
Games and activities, an inflatable, and a photo
opportunity with the Easter Bunny will be
available prior to the scramble. The scramble
will begin at 8 p.m. with two fields divided
by age groups.
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February 2016!
The mobile app that puts our
community at your fingertips.
cityofsavage.com • 952-822-2660
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BIRTHDAY
PARTY
BONANZ A
An activity-filled birthday party with
friends is what every child dreams of.
Celebrate your special day at the
Savage Sports Center or McColl Pond
Envrionmental Learning and Event
Center. Games, crafts, campfires,
kickball and more can be enjoyed
by many.
13550 Dakota Ave.
Savage, MN 55378
13450 Dakota Ave.
Savage, MN 55378
Visit cityofsavage.com/birthdayparties
to learn more about our new Birthday Party
Bonanza offer.
Savage Parks and Recreation
6000 McColl Drive, Savage, MN 55378
cityofsavage.com/recreation • 952-224-3420
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adult athletics
Softball League | April
Register early for our men’s and co-rec softball leagues.
Many nights of play are offered for you and your team.
Leagues will begin playing at the end of April. For more
information or registration materials, please visit us at
cityofsavage.com or call our Recreation Department at
952-224-3420. If you are an individual looking for a team,
you can call our office to be placed on a draft list.
Registration info at cityofsavage.com
Returning team registration: February 15 - 28
Kickball League
New team registration: February 29 - March 13
$715 per team/per league (tax included)
Savage Community Park, 13500 Dakota Ave., Savage
Ages 18 and older
Kickball League | April
Get your team ready for the craziest night of the week!
This co-rec league offers many divisions on either Wednesday
or Thursday nights. Leagues will start in April. For more
information or registration materials, please visit us at
cityofsavage.com or call our office at 952-224-3420. If you
are an individual looking for a team, you can call our office to
be placed on a draft list.
Registration info at cityofsavage.com
Returning team registration: March 14 - 20
New team registration: March 21 - 27
Open registration: March 28 - April 3
$160 per team/per league (tax included)
Softball League
Savage Community Park, 13500 Dakota Ave., Savage
Ages 18 and older
14327 Huntington Ave.
Savage, MN 55378
952-895-5277
slcu.com
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Savage Library | cityofsavage.com
greener
A COMMUNITY GATHERING PLACE,
MODELING A
Celebrate
AT McColl
Pond ELC
Set among 10 acres of native prairie, rain gardens,
butterfly gardens and mature trees, the McColl Pond
Environmental Learning and Event Center (ELC) is a
picture-perfect location for weddings, graduation parties,
anniversary celebrations, holiday gatherings and many
other private occasions.
The ELC was designed through a naturally resourceful
approach that kept sustainability at the forefront, but didn’t
sacrifice visual appeal or functionality. Powered by solar energy
and temperature-regulated through geothermal systems, the
ELC offers comfort to guests without adversely impacting the
WAY OF
life
Aspen Room Reservation Rates
Rental rates are per hour, with a 2-hour
minimum reservation time.
**
Rates subject to change starting January 1, 2016.
Sunday - Thursday
Resident...................................................... $50/hr. + tax
Youth/Non-profit*............................................ $30/hr.
Non-resident.............................................. $85/hr. + tax
Youth/Non-profit*............................................ $40/hr.
* Required to show proof of non-profit status
Friday, Saturday & Holidays
Resident...................................................... $75/hr. + tax
Youth/Non-profit*............................................ $50/hr.
Non-resident............................................$110/hr. + tax
Youth/Non-profit*............................................ $60/hr.
environment. Walls are made from wheat products, counter
* Required to show proof of non-profit status
tops from recycled plastic, and cabinets from sunflower seeds.
All Day Rates: 7 a.m. - 11 p.m.
A vegetated rooftop collects and filters storm water.
Those who choose the ELC for their private gathering will enjoy
a catering kitchen, full video/audio system, and use of an outdoor
covered patio if the weather allows. Plus, walls of windows
overlook the serene McColl Pond, surrounded by walking trails
and accessible via a nearby fishing pier.
In addition to the natural areas, the ELC provides convenient
access to a playground area and picnic shelter, as well as the
Resident..................................................$800/day + tax
Non-resident....................................... $1200/day + tax
Reservation Fee (non-refundable)
Minimum first payment.........................................$100
Capacity
Aspen Room................................................100/approx.
Covered Patio................................................ 75/approx.
Cash, check, Visa/Mastercard accepted.
53-acre Savage Community Park and its athletic complex.
The McColl Pond Environmental Learning and Event Center space
can accommodate up to 100 guests indoors, with seating for
another 75 on the patio.
McColl Pond ELC
13550 Dakota Ave. | Savage, MN 55378
Office | 952-224-3420 Fax | 952-882-2656
cityofsavage.com
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Winter Amenities
Savage Ice Rinks
The outdoor skating season is scheduled to begin December 15
(weather permitting) and will run through February 16, 2016.
Weather Information Line | 952-882-2688
Skaters are encouraged to call our weather information line before
heading to the rink. Rink hours and cancellations are updated daily.
Rink Locations:
• Canterbury Park, 13444 Inglewood Ave.
• O’Connell Park, 5165 South Park Drive
• Schroeder’s Acres Park, 124th Street (not staffed)
• Trost Park, 5455 137th Street
• Warren Butler Park, 12758 Ottawa Ave.
• Woodhill Park, 8901 138th Street
Normal Operating Hours:
Monday - Friday........................................................................4 - 9 pm
Saturdays........................................................................... Noon - 8 pm
Sundays.............................................................................. Noon - 8 pm
Adjusted Holiday Hours:
December 24....................................................................10 am - 2 pm
December 25.............................................................................CLOSED
December 26-30............................................................... Noon - 8 pm
December 31 (New Year’s Eve)........................................10 am - 2 pm
January 1-4....................................................................... Noon - 8 pm
January 18 (Martin Luther King Jr.).................................. Noon - 8 pm
February 7 (Super Bowl).................................................... Noon - 4 pm
February 15 (Last day opened)......................................... Noon - 8 pm
Warming houses will be open during the listed hours unless
the following weather conditions exist:
• A windchill factor of -20 degrees or colder.
• An air temperature of -15 degrees or colder.
• Two or more inches of snow has fallen and the ice has
not been cleared.
• Warm temperatures have soften the ice, making the rinks
unskateable.
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Winter Amenities | cityofsavage.com
Snowmobile Trails
The City of Savage allows for the peaceful and safe
operation of snowmobiles within the city limits. The Savage
Sno-Pacers, the local snowmobile club, posted signs
designating these trails, along with grooming and monitoring
the trails throughout the winter season. These trails provide
local riders to access to regional and state trails. Riders are
required to follow the marked trails within the city, and may
travel to the nearest marked trail from their residence.
Snowmobile trail maps are available at Savage City Hall.
Trail information:
Scott County Sno-Trails Hotline: 952-440-1003
Savage Sno-Pacers:
snopacers.com
Savage Sno-Pacers: 612-567-6691
Savage Snowmobile Use Policy:
cityofsavage.com/city-ordinances
City of Savage Winter Amenities
1. Canterbury Park
13444 Inglewood Ave.
• Hockey Ice Rink
• Pleasure Rink
• Warming House
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2. Murphy-Hanrehan Park Reserve
15501 Murphy Lake Blvd.
• Cross Country Skiing
• Snowmobiling
• Snowshoeing
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3. O’Connell Park
5165 South Park Drive
6
• Hockey Ice Rink
• Pleasure Rink
• Warming House
4. Schroeder’s Acres Park
124th St.
13
• Pleasure Rink
• Warming House
16
1
• Hockey Ice Rink
• Pleasure Rink
• Warming House
5
7
5. Trost Park
5455 137th St.
27
6. Warren Butler Park
12758 Ottawa Ave.
• Pleasure Rink
• Warming House
42
7. Woodhill Park
8901 138th St.
• Hockey Ice Rink
• Warming House
3
13
27
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Updated: 8/2015
Winter Amenities | cityofsavage.com
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Activity Registration Form
Savage Parks and Recreation | 6000 McColl Drive, Savage, MN 55378
Direct: 952-224-3420 | Fax: 952-882-2656 | Weather Information Line: 952-882-2688
PARTICIPANT INFORMATION
Name
Date of Birth
Address
City
State
Zip
List any medical concerns
School District
Parent/Guardian Name
Home Phone
Email Address
Work Pone
Secondary Email Address
Cell Phone
*T-shirt size
o Y-Small
o Y-Medium
o Y-Large
Age
o A-Small
ACTIVITY NAME
o A-Medium
*Does not apply to all programs or seasons.
ACTIVITY #
FEE
TOTAL $
PAYMENT
MasterCard or Visa accepted online or in person only.
o
Check
Check No.
o
Cash
If paying with cash, please submit in person. Sending through mail is not recommended.
o
Credit
Credit cards are only accepted online at cityofsavage.com/parks-and-recreation, or in person at City Hall.
I understand that participation in City of Savage sponsored activities and programs is completely voluntary and I hereby release, absolve and hold
harmless the City of Savage, its officers, employees and agents from damage resulting from any injury incurred by me or my child while participating
in the programs/classes I have registered for. In addition, I understand this waiver includes injuries that may result from the condition of any facility
used in said activity/program. I further agree that the City of Savage assumes no responsibility for injury before, during or after programs.
Registration: Participants must meet the age/grade requirements for class or may be denied entry. Full payment must accompany this registration
form. Registrations are accepted until the class is full or until the registration deadline. Refunds/Cancellations: Refunds prior to the registration
deadline are subject to a $5 processing fee per person, per activity. NO REFUNDS are given after the registration deadline date. If the Parks and
Recreation Division cancels a class, you are not subject to the processing fee; all money will be refunded.
By signing this form, I agree to these terms.
Parent/Participant Signature
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Activity Registration From | cityofsavage.com
Date
How to Register
Registration Procedures
Online Registration
Are You In?
To register online, whether you are new to Savage Recreation or if
you have registered with us before, it is essential that your online
household account is current prior to registering.
The program will be held at the time and place indicated, and
you are enrolled unless otherwise notified. View your household
calendar online under My Account.
You will find a link to Register Online on our City website at
cityofsavage.com/parks-and-recreation. If you have any
questions or need assistance with your online account,
call our direct line at 952-224-3420.
Register Early
Mail-in Registration
You can find the registration form on our City website. Please fill
one out for each participant and include any medical concerns
and guardian contact information.
Mail to:
City of Savage
Parks and Recreation Division
6000 McColl Drive
Savage, MN 55378
Walk-in Registration
You may register in person at City Hall, Monday - Friday,
between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Household Calendars
Household activity calendars, listing everything your family is
registered for, are available at our online registration site. Go to
cityofsavage.com/parks-and-recreation and click Register
Online. After entering your user name and password, go to
My Account, and then Household Activity Calendar. From there
you will have the option to choose which months to view/print,
to include class location, sort by family member and more.
Savage Recreation is dedicated to providing programs that are of
interest to the community. Registration deadlines are established
to allow staff time to adequately prepare for programs. To ensure
classes are held as scheduled, we ask that you register early
whenever possible.
Waiting List
In the event that a class fills, you have the option to be added to a
wait list. We highly recommend that you get on your first choice
wait list and also register for alternate classes (your second
choice). We can always transfer you into your first choice if a
spot opens.
Registration - Age Limits and Why
Refunds prior to the registration deadline are subject to a
$5 processing fee per person, per activity. NO REFUNDS are
given after the registration deadline date. If the Parks and
Recreation Division cancels a class, you are not subject to
the $5 processing fee; all money will be refunded. If a program
is canceled due to inclement weather, no refund will be issued.
Scholarships
Financial aid is available to those who qualify. Scholarships
are granted on a first-come, first-served basis according to
Minnesota’s free and reduced lunch price eligibility guidelines.
If eligible, funding is awarded at 50 percent for up to two
programs per child, per year. Call our office at 952-224-3420
for details on guidelines and required backup documentation.
Data Privacy
Photo Policy
The Data Privacy Act requires that we inform you of
your rights about private data requested on our forms.
Data is available to you. It will not be provided to the
public. The information that you provide will be made
available to necessary City staff personnel in Parks and
Recreation, third-party instructors, and the City’s insurer
and attorney. You have the right to withhold this data, but
please be informed that Savage Parks and Recreation
may not be able to complete your registration or get you
program updates without a completed registration form.
Photographs and video are periodically taken of participants
while they are in programs, at special events, in City facilities or
enjoying the parks. Please be aware that these photos may be
published.
How to Register/Registration Procedures | cityofsavage.com
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Parks and Recreation
Local Business and Organization
Sponsorship Opportunities
Flashlight
Egg Scramble
This annual event will be held on Friday, March 18 at 7 p.m. in the Savage
Sports Center. The event draws nearly 100 kids and their families each year.
Guests will be able to participate in games and activities inside of the Sports
Center prior to the Scramble starting. There will also be an opportunity for
guests to take a photo with the bunny for a festive addition to the event!
Businesses and organizations can be involved in the event through
sponsorship.
SPONSOR | $50
• Company name mentioned in seasonal Discover Savage Parks and Recreation
brochure.
• Company name mentioned in all marketing vehicles for event.
• Business name recognized at event.
• Direct marketing opportunities at event.
City of Savage requests sponsors to:
• Fill a minimum of 100 plastic eggs with treats, trinkets and promotional items.
We ask that all food products be prepackaged individually and that you refrain
from distributing bubble gum and peanut products.
• Provide additional promotional items to be available for guests at event.
To become a sponsor or for more information,
contact Gina Robinette at [email protected]
or by calling 952-224-3443.

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